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If you come here in the belief that this bazar is like other bazars in Turkey or the Middle East or Central Asia, then you will be disappointed. If you come here in the intention of spending a lot of money, it is the right...More
Our imaginations ran wild in the bazaar - so easy to think how it must have been in the time of the ancient Silk Road - full of spices and products from near and far, changing hands for currencies from all over the known world...More
This is more of a review of Meidan Square, which, among other things, houses the Meidan Bazaar. Meidan Square is on the right side of the river, and is really the home of old Tbilisi. The square itself hosts events, and on the Saturday I...More
Meidani Square is the main square in Tbilisi’s Old City which we walked through extensively yesterday in the course of our Private City Tour.
Formerly known as Meidan Bazaar dating back to the times when ancient travellers arrived in Caravans laden with goods for sale...More
This place is a wonderful place to JUST look around don't do any shopping from here! Unfortunately, this is the first place we went to for souvenir shopping after reading glowing reviews online and did our 80% of the shopping from here. We have paid...More
Although located in the middle of the City Center, is quite easily to be missed. This is an underground bazaar underneath the Gorgasali Square. Open until 8pm, it offers a great variety of souvenirs, as well as a small restaurants. Get a taste of Georgian...More